The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1882

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p.2 A Schooner Capsized - Chicago, April 17th - A schooner reports that on Saturday, up the lake, she discovered a capsized schooner, about 150 tons. No one was seen about the wreck. It is judged that she belongs to Grand Haven or South Haven.



Two schooners are loading ore - the B.W. Folger, for Charlotte, and the Prince Alfred, for Fairhaven.

The marine business is dull. The forwarders are awaiting the receipt of grain before commencing operations.

This morning 43 members of the Sailors' Union of this city boarded schooners at Garden Island, and will man the fleet during the coming summer.

Down The River - yachts Camille, Victorine.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1882